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1930 FORD A Monogram

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Now my 1930 Ford A Five Windows Coupe 1/24 by Monogram :

 

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:lol: Aaah ... that's the same car I did ... georgeous to compare !! Excellent :) ... but can it open the doors?

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No, the doors are sealed.

But I'm not really fond of opening parts because all my models are under window display.

 

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And now, see my home made wheels.

I replace all the beams by fishing nylon wire.

More realistic, no?

 

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Beautiful work! Very smooth paint, clean assembly, and the modified wheels are fantastic. They must have required many hours of work, but the result is well worth the effort. You have made an old kit look really good, congratulations!

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Beautiful Job on a Wonderful Subject 👍

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Refreshing to see this kit done stock. Nice job with the colours you chose. Yes, the wheels look great also!

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I did a ton of these years ago wish I could fine another one to do

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Beautiful. Yes, the wheels are what I noticed first. They look so much better than the kit wheels. I like the old time colors.

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Thank you all :)

62rebel : Merci beaucoup :)

 

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Yes Chris, many hours, but now I've the experience, I hope the other will be more easier to do ;)

Wayne all my models are in stock version. Even the 29 Pick-up will return to it's original look :)

 

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